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Build a Customized North Carolina CLE Compliance Mini Bundle

Individually select approved CLE courses from our centralized online library no matter where you practice.



With the North Carolina Build Your CLE Bundle you can complete up to six (6) CLE hours with two (2) hours in Professional Responsibility, one (1) hour in Mental Health & Substance Abuse and one (1) hour in Technology Training.

The North Carolina State Bar allows attorneys to all twelve (12) CLE hours online with two (2) hours in Professional Responsibility, one (1) hour in Mental Health & Substance Abuse and one (1) hour in Technology Training.

You have one year from the date of purchase to complete your programs.

Please click here for answers to frequently asked questions and instructions on how to access your CLE.


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The Nexus between Discovery, Security and Privacy
The connection between Discovery, Security and Privacy is evolving, as new regulations materialize and the threat landscape expands. Join this session to hear from legal professionals on how Privacy and Security is front and center, to support and manage eDiscovery at Microsoft as well as other organizations.

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Legalweek: Case Law Update 2023
Join this session as our experts outline the most prominent cases dominating 2023, how they will impact the law going forward and big cases that are likely to hit the docket soon.

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e-Discovery in the News: Legal and Media Perspectives
From the data of Elon Musk to the texts of Alex Jones, e-discovery has become a big story in the news. With perspectives from the worlds of law and journalism, join us as we examine the e-discovery law issues and the cases that have become major media stories, including topics such as waiver of the attorney-client privilege, preservation of potential evidence, and the varied data sources making e-discovery challenging and, at times, newsworthy. In addition, we’ll examine how e-discovery matters can end up in the news and the potential pitfalls.

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Demystifying Cyber Insurance
Join this session as our cyber insurance experts consider the current status of cyber insurance, delve into the process and the due diligence required before adopting a policy, and offer insights into the challenges you can face with your policy downstream.

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Legal Ethics: Representing the Devil
In the latest installment of this popular series, Zach McGee examines an important question: what are your legal and ethical obligations when your client turns out to be the devil incarnate, or at the very least, a very bad and unethical person? Using the criminal fraud and conspiracy convictions of “PharmaBro” Martin Shkreli and his lawyer, Evan Greebel, as the backdrop for the discussion, Zach provides practical guidance to lawyers should they ever find themselves representing a smart, arrogant, manipulative fraudster. Rules covered include: ABA Model Rules 1.2, 1.6, 1.13, 1.16, 4.1 & 8.4

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Class Actions Double Play: Avoiding Class Actions and Limiting Exposure with Effective Waivers
More than 5,000 class action lawsuits are filed each year in the state and federal courts in the United States, which means that thousands of lawyers just like you will face the unhappy task of dealing with a class action. Thankfully, there are steps we can take as lawyers to make sure our companies are not easy targets, and to deal effectively and efficiently with a class action lawsuit if and when one is filed. Is arbitration right for your company in agreements with its customers and employees? If it is, how do you craft an enforceable arbitration clause that includes a waiver of the right to assert claims on behalf of a class? This program tells you what you need to know -- and factors you must consider -- when thinking about including arbitration and class action waivers in your contracts.

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Storytelling for All Lawyers
What is storytelling and why is it so important for all lawyers – litigators, transactional and in-house lawyers – to do it well in service of their clients? Experienced appellate lawyer and advocacy teacher at the UC Irvine School of Law Peter Afrasiabi shares the secrets of storytelling that you can help make you an even more compelling and credible advocate for your clients in any fora and when it matters most.

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Litigation Double Play: Winning on Appeal and How to Know if Your Litigator is Failing You
In this installment of our Double Play series, our two, thirty-minute programs cover winning on appeal and how to know if your litigator is failing you. Whether you’ve won or lost in the trial court, pivoting successfully from trial court to appellate litigator can make the difference between losing and winning your appeal.

This program guides you through the strategic decisions you need to make and the practical steps you need to follow to brief, argue and win your next appeal. Just because very few cases end up going to trial doesn't mean you don't need to prepare for trial in every case. Successfully defending claims in litigation requires your company to tell a compelling story to the judge and jury, and trial lawyers are highly skilled at developing and telling those stories. This program provides valuable insights and advice for in-house counsel selecting outside litigators and managing litigation from commencement through to settlement or trial.

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